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China Scenic Spots: Garden of Prince Gong's Residence Beijing

Built in the latter part of the eighteenth century, this is a well-preserved garden of a prince’s residence in Beijing. Surrounded by hills on three sides, the garden has twenty scenic spots of different sizes such as the Bamboo Courtyard, Pavilion for Poetry and Painting and the Theater. Well arranged and exquisitely constructed, the garden combines the architectural style of north China with the art of the garden of south China; it is a fine example of an antique private garden.

恭王府は18世紀の後半に建てられ、北京で完璧に現存している王府の花園である。この園の三面は土山に囲まれ、其の中に竹子院、詩歌舫、劇楼などの風景が20個ある。各風景は構造が高雅で、不ぞろいな間隔で一種の趣を出していて、北方建築の風格と南方の園林芸術を合わせたものであるから、私家古典園林の傑作と呼ばれる。

Il parco della residenza di Gongwang.

La residenza di Gongwang fu costruita nel settecento, è un parco ben conservato. Si circondano le colline da tre parti, munito di venti paesaggi insomma come: il Cortile di bambù, la Barca di porsia e pittura, il Teatro, ecc. La distribuzione è raffinata, amalgamandosi lo stile di nord e sud. Il parco è proprio un capolavoro del giardino privato classico.

Le Jardin de Résidence du Prince Gong

Construit dans la 2e moitié du XVIIIe s., le Jardin de Résidence du Prince Gong est un jardin royal bien conservé. Ce jardin, entouré de 3 côtés de collines de terre a une vingtaines de sites pittoresques tells que: la Cour à Bamboux (Zhuziyuan), le Pavillon de la Poésie (Shihuafang) et le théâtre. Les sites qui sont bien disposés combine l’art de l’architecture du nord et du sud de Chine, vraiement un chef-d’œuvre de jardin antique privé.



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